Michael PaigeMichael Paige, Dean of Business
School of Business

Email: mpaige@endicott.edu
Phone: 978-232-2259
Office Location: School of Business and The Science Center
Office Number: 246
Office Hours: M-F 9-5


BUS335 Managing Innovation

BUS489 Thesis I

BUS480 Semester Internship

BUS490 Thesis II

Biographical Profile

Dr. Paige is currently the Dean of the School of Business  at Endicott College, Beverly MA. He has held numerous technology-business positions. With his experience leading Xerox’s fabled Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) and with his strategic work as general manager establishing AGFA’s Electronic Press Systems operations, he has a unique understanding of the business of technology.


Prior to joining Endicott’s Administration/Faculty he was the CEO of System Detection Inc., an early-stage intrusion detection and e-security software company based in NYC. He also served as the Executive Director for Xerox’s Palo Alto Research Center (PARC). He joined Xerox with the mission to continue to enhance the center’s reputation for innovative excellence and increase the commercialization opportunities from their technology discoveries. This technology included bio-informatics and bio-printing, learning-based technologies, personal computing, Internet, e-commerce, MEMS (Micro-Electro Mechanical Systems), printing/publishing, and software systems.


Prior to joining Xerox, Dr. Paige was the General Manager for AGFA’s Electronic Prepress Systems business that developed equipment for the worldwide printing and publishing industry. He has also held leadership positions with Gerber Scientific Instruments, WANG Labs and several consulting companies.


He holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering/Computer Science from University of Illinois at Urbana and an MBA from Boston University. He has spoken widely and written numerous technical papers and articles. He is the recent recipient of the Robert Goddard Award for leadership in technology awarded by Worcester Polytechnic Institute.


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